Robin Hood and John Little Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Robin Hood and John Little Questions & Answers.

In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of A Battle in the Jungle, The Invention of Shoes and Adventures with Books so, you can check these posts as well.

Robin Hood and John Little Questions & Answers

Question 1: Read the line and answer the questions:

“Well, well, you are very stubborn. I’ll show you how we deal with fellows like you.”

(a) Who said these words to whom?

Answer: Robin Hood said these words to John Little.

(b) Why did he say this?

Answer: He said this because he wanted to cross the wooden bridge first and John Little didn’t move back.

(c) What did he do after saying this?

Answer: Robin lifted his bow to attack on John Little to teach him a lesson.

Question 2: Read the line and answer the questions:

“What are you doing, fine fellow?

(a) Who said these words to whom?

Answer: John Little said these words to Robin Hood when he slipped in the stream.

(b) What was the ‘fine fellow’ doing?

Answer: Fine Fellow suddenly slipped in the stream and then, he was tried to swim to reach the bank of the river.

(c) What did the ‘fine fellow’ say in reply?

Answer: ‘Fine fellow’ replied that it is for the first time he had been defeated.

Robin Hood and John Little Questions & Answers

Question 3: Read the line and answer the questions:

“Nobody gives me any work, everybody is afraid of me. I often go hungry.”

(a) Who said these words? Why did he say so?

Answer: John Little said these words when Robin Hood asked him where he was employed.

(b) What happened after he said this?

Answer: Robin Hood offered him to join his group of Merry Men.

Question 4: Describe how John Little and Robin Hood earned each other respect.

Answer: When John Little said that Robin was armed with a bow and arrow and he was only having a stick then, Robin put down his bow and arrow and preferred to fight with a stick.
Similarly, John Little gave Robin a fair chance to show his archery by saying that if Robin could shoot an arrow better than him then, he would do whatever he would say. This shows that both earned each other’s respect.

Question 5: Why did John Little not get any work?

Answer: John Little was a gigantic and extremely strong man. That is why people were afraid of him. He even didn’t accept anyone’s authority over him so, he couldn’t get any work.

Question 6: Find the words from the play which means the same:

  • Boring or uninteresting – dull
  • Showing happiness or satisfaction – pleased
  • An exciting experience – adventure
  • Courageous and fearless – brave
  • Faithful – loyal
  • Trained in something – skilled

So, these were Robin Hood and John Little Questions & Answers.